Darling Downs police executed 20 search warrants in the Toowoomba and Jondaryan areas over last two days this week (September 26 and 27) arresting 25 people on 127 offences.
Offences & charges included:
- One person changed with trafficking of a dangerous drug (cannabis)
- One person charged with producing dangerous drugs
- Three people charged with a combined 65 charges of supplying dangerous drugs
- One person charged with possessing tainted property (cash)
- Eight charges of possess a restricted weapon, including a laser pointer and an electric conducting device
- Other drug charges relating to the possession of drug utensils and fail to dispose of needles and syringes.
Senior Sergeant Matt Howard, Acting Officer-In-Charge of the Tactical Crime Squad said: “thus far Operation Quebec Trawler had seen 10 days of search warrants executed across the Darling Downs.”
So far a total of 288 people have been charged with 768 offences. The on-going success of Operation Quebec Trawler is due to information provided to police by the public, and police are encouraging the community to continue to do so.
“Together we can achieve positive results, and if you wish to remain anonymous you can by contacting Crime Stoppers,” said Senior Sergeant Matt Howard.
Officers from the Darling Downs Tactical Crime Squad, Criminal Investigation Branch, Child Protection and Investigation Unit and general duties have been involved in Operation Quebec Trawler.
CRIME STOPPERS: 1800.333.000
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